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The Daily Prep List 12.14.2022

Labor

Ballot measures and the balance of power

Politico 12/14

THE BUZZ: A contentious labor law was on a San Francisco appeals court’s docket yesterday — but the case has deeper implications for the balance of political power.

The Hottest Trend of 2022: Worker Strikes

Eater 12/14

In 2022, after two years of working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, workers across the country made clear that they’d had enough, and walked off the job.

Food Industry Policy

The first lab-grown seafood will be fancy

Vox 12/14

San Diego, California, was once known as the “Tuna Capital of the World.” 

Coastal Commission staff calls for changes to ‘Spaces as Places’ to replace parking used for dining

La Jolla Light 12/13

In advance of a formal hearing by the California Coastal Commission on Wednesday, Dec. 14, the commission staff has recommended that the city of San Diego’s “Spaces as Places” program be modified to address the potential loss of parking in coastal areas caused by outdoor dining.

On the Side

San Francisco-based diner Mel’s Drive-In celebrates 75 years with 75% off

SFGATE 12/14
When Mel Weiss and Harold Dobbs first opened Mel’s Drive-In in San Francisco in 1947, everyone told them that the restaurant would never work. 

FAT Brands Is Testing Three Restaurants Under One Roof

The Takeout 12/14

There’s something fun about a combination fast food restaurant, like the KFC and Taco Bell pairing that’s not too terribly far away from my neighborhood. 

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